Junior exploration roundup: Inca, Condor, Duran

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Australia's Inca Minerals published exploration results from its Riqueza zinc-lead-silver project in Huancavelica, Peru.

Highlights of drilling at the property's Humaspunco target included 2.75m of 1.56% zinc, 15.1g/t silver and 0.9% lead, the company said. Drilling will also be carried out at the property's Uchpanga target, Inca said.

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UK exploration company Condor Gold updated exploration work at its La India gold project in Nicaragua.

A soil geochemistry survey discovered two feeder zones which will generate several drill targets, the company said in a statement. Work is ongoing on soil data analysis, Condor added.


Toronto-based Duran Ventures released exploration details from the Pantería copper-gold project in Huancavelica, Peru.

Permits have been secured to build 20 drill pads and begin drilling by the third week of August, according to a statement. The project is a JV with First Quantum Minerals.

Duran added Joseph del Campo resigned from the company's board.